Thursday, October 11, 1923




A good day. Ben
worked on the drill all
the morning. Got it work [sic]
so he could make it do. He
finished [?] the field around
the straw stacks. Jim
stripped tobacco. All of them
are tying tonight. The[y] put
some on Mr Bookers waggon
this evening to go to
Gretna in the morning.
The children went to
school. Nellie nursed
most of the day. I got
dinner. I cooked
turnip salit and potatoes.
I gathered some butter
beans this evening and
dug and washed some
sweet potatoes.
Tonight I have bathed
thinking I may to to
Danville in the
morning with the Reynolds.

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